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tuesday after a suspicious package was found. the faa also issued a temporary ground stop which kept planes from taking off for 45 minutes. businesses in boston will attempt to return to normal today. some of the hardest-hit areas in the back bay closed tuesday as investigators combed for evidence following the deadly blast monday during the boston marathon. deluca's market closed briefly for a police search, then quickly re- opened. a deluca's manager tells us tuesday it was the only grocery store in the area available to residents. the manager says business at deluca's is brisk. turning to earnings from the financial sector, bank of america and american express report today. analysts predict bac brought in $23 billion in revenues in the first quarter. the bank suffered two previous quarters of heavy losses from legal settlements tied to the financial crisis. american express is reeling from 4500 job cuts as it tightens up. it's estimated that the nation's top credit card company earned $8 billion. yesterday, goldman sach's $2.2-billion profit topped wall street's forecast. regulato
and cancelellations are expecte. at the airline's request the faa grounded all american flags at least through 5:00 p.m. eastern as the company tried to work througthe problems. estimated about 900 flights would be delayed if american resume flying by 5:00 m., causing another 80 delays tonight because planes and crews would not be where they are needed. customers complained to social media and they described long lines and frustration at the lack of information from airline employees. one passenger in dallas. saying tensions are high, a lot of people getting mad. several yelling at american agents. gerri: not too surprising. we really appreciate you getting on this for us. thk you. onto tonight top story, a shocking admission from the head of the fda, age and chief margaret hamburg said she is almost powerless to protect us from dangerous drugs like the one from a massachusetts company blamed for the deaths of 53 people. at word coming in after a week full of such reports describing deplorable conditions and oversight at pharmacies around the country. the fda can't guarantee one of their most basic f
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